Acceptance Accept that your boyfriend will always be a mama’s boy and that’s never going to change.
What you can do is to try to go with it, instead of fighting it. Instead of seeing her as a rival (for your boyfriend’s attention and affection and for being the one you’ll never live up to be), see her as an ally.
Throughout the series, the female contestants participate in competitions and are selected by the men for dates, with some of the contestants being eliminated at various intervals.
Each woman receives a text message of "yes" if any of the men want to keep her in contention or "no" if none of them want to keep her in contention.
Let him decide what to do about the holidays, but be clear about your preference.
Ask him to consider how often you spend time with his family vs yours, and how much would it mean to you. If he still relies on his mom to arrange all of his dental & doctor check-ups, if she buys and signs his name to family gifts, and delivers his freshly pressed button-down shirts weekly, you might need to evaluate how independent your guy really is.
Sure, he’ll be apologetic and promise to make it up to you, but he’ll expect you to understand and be OK with coming second to mama.5. I know I’ve made dating a mama’s boy sound like a pain in the butt, but actually, it’s not all bad. And what are the future prospects for the three of you in the relationship?He is her everything, and she’s devoted her life to making him happy.Chat with her when she calls your boyfriend a dozen times a day.Go over your boyfriend’s baby pictures (try to ignore the oohs and aahs). Also, try to ‘bond’ with her by spending some one-on-one time with her.Try not to use guilt, but express your feelings honestly. A reasonable amount of interference is normal in a respectful mother/son relationship, but beware the old “she doesn’t mind, it makes her feel needed”- he may actually believe it. He admits that if his mom didn’t like his girlfriend, he’d end the relationship… If he’s not ready to consider a twosome with you, independent from his mom’s opinion, better for you to know sooner than later.